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One of the larger species of Heterixalus , snout vent length of females 30-33 mm. Easy to identify by its characteristic coloration: back blackish or dark grey, with orange spots in the shade and whitish with yellow spots (bordered with black) in the sun. Thighs, ventral surface of limbs, and hands and feet are orange. Venter is creamish. Call is unknown.

Similar species: Generally easily distinguishable from other species of Heterixalus by its distinctive coloration.

Taken with permission from Glaw and Vences (2007).


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